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Friday, 1 March 2019

PASTOR LUKAU TO RESURRECT MANDELA OR GO TO JAIL!

Well, the man is now being asked to resurrect Mandela as well!

The controversial pastor at the centre of a staged resurrection video has attempted to clear the air after a whirlwind week saw Alph Lukau and his church go viral for all the wrong reasons.

Speaking to PowerFM, Lukau addressed the listeners of Thabiso Tema’s show as he tried to bring some clarity to the ludicrous situation. However, he only seemed to backtrack and absolve himself of responsibility.
“Resurrection” pastor responds to criticism

This came just 24 hours after the Alleluia International Ministries Church also began the process of distancing themselves from the act of resurrection.

Two church representatives have stated that the “revived corpse” – later identified as a man called Elliott – had only come back to life while he was on his way to the funeral. One of the officials said that the hearse driver fled in panic when he heard the coffin rattling, contradicting claims that Lukau performed a miracle.

This is the line that Alph Lukau was all too happy to trot out, too. While refusing to rule out that the subject had indeed woken from the dead, the pastor admitted that he has never performed any legitimate resurrection:


“There is nothing impossible. He was brought to our church. People brought him here believing something will happen. Whether he was alive or not, it does not stop us praying – I can safely say that I did not pray to resurrect the person. I do not want to take that credit.”

“The Bible says that God has the power to raise the dead. I can tell you I have no ability unless God uses me as an instrument. But have we had an ambulance or hearse bring a body for us to resurrect? I can tell you I have not done that.”Pastor Alph Lukau
Alph Lukau – the story so far:

This stranger-than-fiction story also comes with a few sub-plots rising to the boil, too. It was revealed that the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) provided a multi-vehicle fleet to escort Lukau to the house of worship in Sandton last weekend.

Meanwhile, questions have been asked of the man in the coffin. His less-than-Oscar-worthy performance was the subject of relentless ridicule online, but it transpires that he may actually have been working as a cameraman for the self-styled prophet before this supposed miracle took place. God works in mysterious ways, hey?

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